I had issues with the house, which the seller advised he will fix. He never signed the addendum but advised he will fix it through email. At walk through days prior to closing, the items requested were not fixed, and he was unable to provide a CO. He requested to close still which I refused and... Read more »
You raise a number of difficult, technical issues. Were you represented by an attorney when you executed the contract ? If so, contact her to discuss your problems. If you were unrepresented was this because of yoor broker's recommendation? Immediately contact an attorney to discuss your...Read more »
You did not define the word 'stay'. If you mea=n reside full time. Then your son is able to attend school in the municipality in which the home is located. You will need to provide the necessary proofs to the Board of Education of the municipality such as written lease, proof of payment...Read more »
You and he bought the property together and therefore you and he have to agree to permit one of you to buy out the other persons interest or to sell it and divide the proceeds from the sale. The alternative is that you / he retain lawyers and one of you will then file a partition claim to force the...Read more »
You need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney who will file an action for partition and sale. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a secure state of the art Zoom Video Conference. So you don’t have to be restricted by...Read more »
Yes, you may have certain rights. The palimony statute has changed in NJ. I would suggest you read it carefully.It is a bit confusing. The best thing to do is seek an attorney with experience to discuss this issue.
You need to take your lease to an experienced NJ civil litigation and contracts attorney, who can provide you with meaningful advice. You may need special licensing, insurance and permits as well. All this takes time, especially if you have a tight schedule. You did not mention what town you are...Read more »
This does not make sense without knowing more facts. Getting any changes to a NJ driver's license is very difficult. Are you a N.J. resident who is temporarily in Alaska? More information is going to be needed to understand what is actually going on.
When judgement is entered in small claims court decision (NJ, less than $3k) - is post-judgement interest automatically applicable if it is not explicitly ordered by judge? I found article that says usually it is automatic per federal standards, but I don't want simply to assume this. Any... Read more »
He did Not quarantine, and said he got a 24hr test done at a place I know does not offer that service. Only 2-4 days due to it being a public testing facility. Also a few people also became ill immediately after his arrival.
You can sue anyone, but can you prove that you got covid from him and not someone else such as when you wen to the supermarket for food. This would be the defense your employer would probably assert. Not that you shouldn't try and you may also be entitled to workers compensation insurance....Read more »
You can't just take furniture from a place because you feel its been abandoned it may not be. That can be a criminal offense. If your trying to get a property by adverse possession be careful as many people end up not getting the property but getting a criminal charge instead for such things...Read more »
I can't speak for employment law or workers' comp releases, but in a personal injury case release, the release is GENERALLY drafted to apply to a particular case at hand, where it will identify the particulars of the case, " ...injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident that...Read more »
At this point, you may have already resolved the matter. If you haven't, you could consult with an attorney. But cases that involve food contamination or foreign objects are generally based on a standard of actual damages. If no actual damages took place, a company will not generally extend an...Read more »
What legal recommendations is there for a 34 yr marriage where the wife has worked PT while raising the children and being a homemaker, who is ready to retire, as children have moved out of the house. The husband has been angry and given the wife the silent treatment for 6 yrs. He pays rent, taxes,... Read more »
Thank you for posting this question. Marital financial abuse is a very serious issue, but the Courts do provide methods by which it can be addressed. While the Court cannot compel marital counseling, it can certainly grant a Judgment of Divorce that respects and acknowledges your rights (and your...Read more »
For two years we have asked our neighbor to please control his growth and anytime we did he said that we can cut back anything on our side . They had friends in the township zoning office wrote a fraudulent letter for them which I had corrected by the township manager . They told us in a letter... Read more »
As always my responses are based upon the application of NJ law. The answer may not be in accordance with the laws of the other 49 States. My second of my always responses is that anyone can sue anyone, the real question is whether a party as plaintiff (the one who sues) will prevail. The question...Read more »
We canceled our wedding venue weeks ago. They promised to discuss our refund upon their business opening up as they could not issue refunds while being closed. Their business has since been opened and they ignore emails, don't show up for scheduled calls, and have now gone silent. We feel they... Read more »
Based on the information in your question it appears clear that the venue is unwilling to refund your money voluntarily. You should contact an attorney that practices consumer law and provide them with your contract and the facts of your situation. If there is a strong case that the venue is...Read more »
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